• Tacos 4 Life

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Fast food

Serves meat, vegan options available. Small casual Mexican chain with vegan choices. Menu includes seared tofu or crispy eggplant tacos, rice bowls and salad. Every meal purchase generates a donation to an organization that serves children in need. Open Mon-Sat 11:00am-9:00pm. Closed Sun.

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6 Reviews

First Review by Squidette


Points +488

18 Dec 2017

Good but a bit less spicy than I’m accustomed to

We visited this Mexican Restaurant called Tacos 4 Life Grill in Conway, AR on Sep 26, 2017 while passing through town

Found the restaurant on Happy Cow App and it has some veg options on their menu

They made my Veg Taco items on separate pans, but same prep are, still very cool to think about separating the cooking

My review on Happy Cow is here


Friendly crew, food was good, portions were not large, I would go back

More pictures of Tacos 4 Life here

They have a few Veg options, mostly tofu.. i saw reviews of a chickpea option, but I didnt see it on the menu 🙁 The Tofu Taco i had was OK, hard to eat with so many cubed ingredients (im used to shredded i guess) but it had some flavor, i am from Arizona, I can only assume “flavor” here is a bit less spicy than I’m accustomed to

You can watch them prepare the food. She sliced the avacado fresh, and half went on my taco !!
The vibe was upbeat, and the employees seemed happy to be at work

They cooked my Tofu on a separate pan from where they cook the meats !!!

Pros: Veg option on the road in Arkansas , Vegan Tacos

Cons: They aren't giving tacos away, Could be more flavorful , I was hoping for the chickpea option



Points +18

02 Jul 2017

magic tofu tacos

These tacos are amazing! Definitely going back for more. Full of flavor and the lime adds an extra punch.

Pros: great food, very fresh

Cons: pricey for college students


Points +80

30 Jan 2017

Food with a Cause

Tacos 4 Life offers a decent number of veggie options and they donate a meal for every meal purchased from them. They have two vegan protein options--chickpeas or tofu--that can be substituted for meat in any of their tacos/burritos. They also have two additional vegetarian fillings. I tried both the tofu and chickpea tacos and the tofu was tastier, in my opinion.

The guacamole is great, as are their rice and refried black beans. If you want beans, be sure to specify "no cheese" if you're vegan because they come with a sprinkling of cojita on top.

Pros: Vegan tacos, Philanthropic cause, Good Guac

Cons: No build-your-own taco/burrito option


Points +43

01 Jan 2017

Great food

We were passing through Conway and stumbled on this restaurant. Many of the dishes are veg unless you add meat; it is not very vegan friendly.

The people working there are very helpful and knowlledgeable about the restaurant and it's charitable giving. The atmosphere is very uplifting.

Seems like the community of Conway has a big heart!


Points +218

01 Jun 2016

Great option in Conway

I happened to stumble across Tacos 4 Life on Google when I was craving fresh Mexi-style food. The fact that they positively contribute to society was the push I needed to try them over other restaurants. I ordered the vegan tacos and cilantro rice. They were both super yummy!! The waitstaff and patrons were all extremely friendly and helpful. I did not have any tummy problems from eating there, but I rarely do when eating out since I always wash my hands immediately before eating. I had thought their prices were pretty moderate, not quite as cheap as Taco Bell, but the quality wasn't either. I will be back!

Pros: Friendly folks., Good food., Plate had taco holders.

Cons: No booze.


Points +20

08 Apr 2016

Super tasty, but...

I'd never been to a Tacos 4 Life, but I was hungry enough to pay someone else to feed me. I am SO over Subway and Tropical Smoothie Cafe so hey, let's try something new! Oh no. No no no. Yes there are vegan options, and yes it tasted *amazing,* but I'm guessing that there's some cross contamination going on in that kitchen. I'm sure any long term vegan/vegetarian knows what happens when you ingest something that isn't truly vegan/vegetarian. Yep. Within the first few hours, I thought the overly full and sad feeling belly I had was just because I ate lunch (which I normally skip). When the full brunt of my bad decision hit me though, there was no doubt why this was happening. So dine at your own risk. Or if you want an entire digestive system cleanse.

Bottom line: food was extremely tasty; staff was super friendly and awesome about assuring me that the tortilla chips were vegan-safe; kind of expensive for what you get (I'm not one for dining out much, so maybe it's not? I don't know); be prepared to wish for the sweet release of death once you've really digested for a while (I say this as I'm still layed up on the couch with gurgling guts, afraid to even sip some ginger ale)

Hopefully your experience here will be better. Maybe I just got "lucky."

Pros: Super tasty, Friendly staff

Cons: Possible non-vegan cross contamination

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